[pur-see] /ˈpɜr si/
Sir Henry (“Hotspur”) 1364–1403, English military and rebel leader.
Thomas, 1729–1811, English poet and antiquary: bishop of Dromore 1782–1811.
Walker, 1916–90, U.S. essayist and novelist.
a male given name, form of .
Sir Henry, known as Harry Hotspur. 1364–1403, English rebel, who was killed leading an army against Henry IV
Thomas. 1729–1811, English bishop and antiquary. His Reliques of Ancient English Poetry (1765) stimulated the interest of Romantic writers in old English and Scottish ballads
[Spanish per-th ee-th aw] /Spanish pɛrˈði ðɔ/ noun 1. Mon·te [Spanish mawn-te] /Spanish ˈmɔn tɛ/ (Show IPA) a mountain in NE Spain, a peak of the Pyrenees. 10,994 feet (3350 meters). /Spanish pɛrˈðiðo/ noun 1. Monte perdido (ˈmɔnte). a mountain in NE Spain, in the central Pyrenees. Height: 3352 m (10 997 ft) French name […]
[per-dee] /pərˈdi/ adverb, interjection, Archaic. 1. . [pahr-dee] /pɑrˈdi/ adverb, interjection, Archaic. 1. verily; indeed.
[per dee-uh m, dahy-uh m] /pər ˈdi əm, ˈdaɪ əm/ adverb 1. by the day; for each day. adjective 2. paid by the day. noun 3. a daily allowance, usually for living expenses while traveling in connection with one’s work or being employed at a distance from one’s home: a per diem for lawmakers while […]
[per-dish-uh n] /pərˈdɪʃ ən/ noun 1. a state of final spiritual ruin; of the soul; damnation. 2. the future state of the wicked. 3. (def 1). 4. utter destruction or ruin. 5. Obsolete. . /pəˈdɪʃən/ noun 1. (Christianity) 2. another word for hell 3. (archaic) utter disaster, ruin, or destruction n. mid-14c., “fact of being […]